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is corba/rmi essential for fresh engineer

 
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dear friends,
i have good knowledge of java but
null to talk about technologies like corba,jini,rmi etc.
are these tech. expected from the fresh graduates??
i am doing my engineering in computer science and will pass out in july 2001.
so will the theorotical knowledge about the things be sufficient or practical implementation/experience is expected atleast at the entry level??
please guide me
 
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Sachin,
Please register a first and last name. You can read the JavaRanch policy on user names at http://www.javaranch.com/name.jsp.
CS graduates aren't expected to know every current technology; it's more important to know the fundamentals of programming and software engineering. However, distributed computing is so central to modern software systems that I'd at least pay some attention to RMI. It'll serve as a good base for other Java technologies.
Thanks,
Jerry
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